Described as "entry-level," Sony Ericsson's J132 and K330 candybars don't represent the company's raison d'etre, but they're lovely-looking all the same. This perhaps assumes that they're actually cheap – again, no price was announced – but sometimes, simplicity and plain utility sell themselves.
The J132 is a "solid talk and text phone," which means it does practically nothing else. it does, however, have an FM radio and an alarm clock, and a "torch" function to "find objects in the dark." I could fall in love with such a minimalist machine; if only it were not as thick as a candybar.
The K330 is somewhat more featuresome, with a VGA camera and enough storage to hold 250 pics. It also has a calorie counting app pre-installed
Sony's press release has a comparison chart.